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school system and one is nine at sheraton elementary and the other one is 13 at herbert hoover, and i want to say jr. high, but it is herbert hoover middle school. actually i went there. any way, we know that you are moving forward with this process with the ag school graduation requirements and we have heard parents and students talking about this and the pac just wants to echo the urgency to address this problem. and we want to know how we can be involved in this. >> i just want to add, the staff and the parent advisory council here for georgia brat who has two sick children at home. and as everyone else said we are the pac is very concerned about the students who are not on track to graduate. we know that you are meeting and working on this and have a plan, we are also going to meet with district staff soon, to ask the many questions that we have to figure out wh
evaluate the presidents performed from herbert hoover to george w. bush. in that 80 years, 40 years where the democrats have been in the white house and republicans have been in the white house. and there is interesting line of demarcation for who has done a better job economically. ashley: democratic presidents in your opinion have done a better job. how in particular? >> we looked at 12 independent data points. we didn't cherry-pick data. we basically chose the data points and essentially wrote the book. on 11 of the 12 data points democrats did exceptionally well. there were strong republican standouts with ronald reagan and dwight eisenhower. ashley: yes. i found it interesting, if person invested $100,000 in the past years republican or democratic rule who makes the most money under which president. >> under republicans, conservatives wound up with turn of 1%. herbert hoover to end of george w. bush's tenure. ashley: wait a minute. that is a misprint, 126 k on republican rule. 3.9 million under democratic rule. >> from fdr, march of 33 through end of the bill clinton's administration
in the white house? >> well, there's herbert hoover. the best businessman to ascend to the white house was herbert hoover, by a margin. i wouldn't consider him a very successful president. he was also dealt a very bad hand, in particular. george bush, the father, george h.w. bush, was a very successful businessman. >> the presidential debate is tonight at 8:00 p.m. on cnbc. >>> up next, another facebook privacy battle in the making. later, baseball great joe torre in the house with the world series just three weeks away. we'll talk about the exciting wind down in the regular season, the league's newly minted $12 billion tv deal, record merchandise sales, plus, what does he think about baseball's new expanded playoff system? and how about them yanks? then, new weapon in the private jet wars. they're super fast, super light, and super efficient. our wealth editor robert frank coming up on the hopes of revivingand.back in a moment. gecko (clearing throat) thank you, mr. speaker, uh, members of congress. in celebration of over 75 years of our government employees insurance company, or geic
. [laughter] their biggest adversaries were successful businessman. for my great-grandfather, it was herbert hoover. for my road, it was mitt romney. -- for mitt romney, it was my rope. romney. [laughter] he is a very generous man. every year, he gives 10% of his income to charity. [laughter] [applause] knott's fast. [laughter] seriously, i have seen governor romney's de generosity to his church. i must confess. we invited him here to convert. [laughter] [applause] really, governor, your father was from mexico and you have five kids. are you sure you are not catholic? [applause] mr. president, you are not getting a free pass tonight. we arcs -- we are excited to have you here tonight. almost as excited as we were in 2008. although the catholic church does so president obama a. debt of gratitude. jesus taught us if it's easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich man to enter the kingdom of debt -- of heaven. say what you will about the economy. mr. president, it will be a lot easier for a lot more people to get into heaven. [applause] we recognize you have so
not pass this package, you will turn george w. bush into a moderate herbert hoover. a majority of republicans voted for it, including bob bennett. that was the end of bob bennett's career. but when president obama was elected, shortly thereafter, and came up as its first legislative initiative to have a stimulus package, suddenly, a republican caucus was out for a scout it was said, we will turn this into obama's waterloo. the senate republican leader said the republican senate agenda is to defeat obama. this was three years and 11 months before the 2012 election. nobody in the republican caucus, except for olympia snowe, would talk to the democrats about the bill. i had been a child during the 1930 depression. i did not want to see another depression. my father, who was a russian immigrant, in 1930, found that he called it -- we live in wichita. my father packed up the family where he had a sister. in depressions, that is what families do. they moved in with one another. to survive. those were really tough times. i had been there. it was plain the vote was going to be highly p
in new york, where every president since herbert hoover has stayed, all part of a new limited series called travel like, and you can catch travel like a president tonight on the travel channel at 8:00 eastern. >> i've always wondered what that hotel suite looks like and now i guess we'll find out. >> how you roll like potus. >> it would be nice. >> not too slouchy. how about a check of the weather. >> first of all, for today, we've got a risk of some strong storms in the ohio river valley, especially up towards ohio. western two-thirds of the country windy but sunshine throughout the plains, and hot throughout the southwest again tomorrow into texas. a little on the chilly side with snow in western montana. sunshine up and down the eastern seaboard with a few hit or miss showers and thunderstorms. >> good morning. we will deal with a little bit of rain today appeared showers but with as off and on through >>> and that's your latest weather. >> al. thank you. >>> coming up next, toys that teach your kids to love right after this. [ man ] launch sequence initiated. [ male announcer ] a
at herbert hoover middle school in the county and has been with the school system for 32 years. he credits the teacher's from the segregated schools with his success and that of so many others at the reunion. >> and just being able to recognize them periodically. and that is just heartwarming for me. >> reporter: and this is -- [ indiscernible ] sentiment echoed by the keynote speaker, reverend jane wood, another rock harris alum. >> if it's -- will you in. >> reporter: life lessons that got these students through difficult times in school and in life. from segregated schools to an integrated society. >> reporter: think the important lesson is to respect diversity. and anothers' culture that all of us bring an excellent gift tthe table. >> reporter: as the former student and teachers of the schools from 50 year ago, as they grow older, reunions like this will be more important. so much so that plans are in the works for the next one. odd rebarnes, fox 5 news. -- audrey barnes, fox 5 news. >>> and now a court date is set for a radical preacher and four other men extradited here to the u.s.
, they are allotted. remember, herbert hoover won in 1928 because of what was deemed to be good performance as commerce secretary overseeing the response of the mississippi river flooding. the next year, huey long wins governor ship of mississippi. and in 1994 benefitting from a huge earthquake but the opposite is what we have seen in new york city, chicago, and washington where you're perceived to be ineffectual. >> in the middle of katrina when president george w. bush, the most recent president, acted like he was completely out of touch with reality when he said that his fema director, michael brand, you're doing a great job brownie the federal government has one responsibility, mainly to protect the country and then congratulated the crown. >> you have to remember, too, when hurricane katrina made landfall, george bush was at john mccain's birthday party. you have those pictures of him enjoying -- they were playing the guitar and hanging out and then his administration's really horrible response which is ironic because george w. bush's brother, jeb bush, is still popular in florida beca
to ever be a presidential nominee. al smith incidentally lost to herbert hoover in the 1928 election so al smith was not the first catholic president but he was the first catholic nominee for president. this dinner, which is a benefit for catholic charities here in new york city, has ended up becoming a really important thing in american presidential politics. honestly, the biggest reason it is really important is because of its timing. there are other dinners like this. the gridiron dinner in washington or the alfalfa dinner or the correspondence dinner. there are other dinners that are fancy politics proms, essentially. where you get a sitting president or very high-level politician showing up in tuxedos and gowns and telling jokes and sharing stages with people they otherwise would not be sharing stages with. that happens. right? there are those events in washington and elsewhere around the country. but this one that you are looking at right here is different. because this one happens now. a couple of weeks before the election. and it's always timed like that. every time. and traditiona
needs to be asked, why do they do? quick word on al smith. he ran for president in 1928 against herbert hoover at a time when it was a really bad, really inconvenient to be two things. irish and catholic. >> irish need not apply. >> he was both. >> he faced a huge wave of discrimination, anti-catholic and anti-heirish. the anti-catholic sentiment was so large that people accused him of moving the holy see to new york just to have the pope in his back pocket. >> wow. >> the al smith has become this opportunity midway or toward the end of the campaign to sort of laugh things off. you see both candidates in the same room, which is bizarre off of a debate speech. >> not yelling at each other. >> not yelling at each other and laughing at themselves, which is so great. that said i much prefer this to some of the other really silly, stupid president tricks that we see them, you know, put through during election season. such as this great moment from earlier in the primary season. >> we this thing called this or that to learn a little bit about the penalty of the candidates. leno or conan? >> p
of conservative s--view. it-it was really old-fashioned republican conservatism--herbert hoover conservatism, you might say, or calvin coolidge conservatism. neither of those two presidents have ever been icons of mine. so i was aloof from them. now in the case of the wall street journal, it w--that was, to some degree, just happenstance. bob bartley read the public interest after it was founded in 1965 and, apparently, he got very interested in it sufficiently to write a piece for the journal, which--whose title i well remember, as you can understand why. it was: irving kristol and friends. c-span: and bob bartley is today the editorial page... >> guest: yeah, bob bartley was then... c-span: ... boss. >> guest: ... in the washington office, a reporter for the journal. he then became editor of the editorial page. today he's editor of the wall street journal. in those days, he--once he became editor of the editorial page, he asked me to write regularly for them, which, of course, i was happy to do. and that began a relationship which has lasted--and a friendship which has lasted to this day. what
and he was the first catholic to be a presidential nominee. he lost in 1928 to republican herbert hoover. the dinner raises money for catholic healthcare programs in new york. >>> we want ton what you think about the race for the white house. use the hash tag fox 5 d.c. you decide to tweet your thoughts. we're going to use some of your tweets for your now show debuting as election day approaches coming quick. fox 5 news edge 2012 will focus on local and national candidates and issuing doors the final two weeks of the came -- issues during the final two weeks of the campaign. it starts here monday night on fox five at 6:30. >>> george mcgovern has taken a turn for the worse. the 90-year-old's family issued a statement saying he's no longer responsive. mcgovern lost to richard nixon in a historic landslide in the no one 72 presidential election. mcgovern's daughter said her father appears peaceful and is a blessing that she and other family members are able to be with him as he nears the end. >>> coming up next on fox 5 news at 5, you can soon be shelling out little more for your favorite
look at the numbers. and herbert hoover's election, the american people voted out of office after a single term, only three elected president and the carter, george h. w. bush -- all of them were successful businessman before there were president. guest: again, it goes to the point i made earlier about, so much of what is happening on the stock market, what is happening in the business, in the private sector has very little to do with government. i think they understand that as well. lot of what is going on out there is happening regardless of who is in the white house. at the same time, but you are expecting is for the president to give a vision about what the what the economy to look like. with the one in terms of the role of the global economy. we have had that to date. many different views of the role of government. and the role that government should play in either regulating, restricting, however you want to say it, business and regulation. but at the end of the day, these two candidates -- one of them is a point the president and they will be reduced by economic winds out o
and herbert hoover was that he was really going to use dhaka government to help people and get us out of the great depression. so, no pressure there. [laughter] i was nervous before, but then hearing that, whatever. that's a piece of cake. >> i get a lot of laughter. every time the title was mentioned, people chuckled, and chris matthews said today and he chuckled and said that is just a funny title even though he said it like nine times it's funny every time. that's okay. and i realized that there are three actual meanings to the title, and i am only getting to talk about one for the most part. the first is sort of the title itself. what's the matter with white people? as what's wrong with them, why are nine out of ten sell five in the five republican voters today white in the country that is 62% white? that's a question that i have been thinking about a lot. i've been writing for so long and back in the day this he is for a long time i've been struggling with exactly why that fdr coalition fell apart and looking at it through the lens of my working-class irish catholic families some
president to raise taxes during tough economic times was herbert hoover, and he practiced protectionism as well, which i'm sure we'll get to at some point. you know, last year up to this time, we've lost 700,000 jobs in america. the only bright spot is that over 300,000 jobs have been created by small businesses. senator obama's secret that you don't know is that his tax increases will increase taxes on 50% of small business revenue. small businesses across america will have to cut jobs and will have their taxes increase and won't be able to hire because of senator obama's tax policies. you know, he said some time ago, he said he would forgo his tax increases if the economy was bad. i've got some news, senator obama, the news is bad. so let's not raise anybody's taxes, my friends, and make it be very clear to you i am not in favor of tax cuts for the wealthy. i am in favor of leaving the tax rates alone and reducing the tax burden on middle-income americans by doubling your tax exemption for every child from $3,500 to $7,000. to giving every american a $5,000 refundable tax credit and g
will appeal with voters is not really that original. i love it when you go back in history. look at herbert hoover and look at harding a chicken in every pot, a car in every garage. with harding it was cock cox and cocktails. he was running against james cox. it was prohibition. >> today is different. one thing to walk the walk and talk the walk. obama is a great orator and gives a great speech. his phrase "romnesia." we've lived in obama nation for the last four years and the i wills of our society runs deeper and deeper. we're in economic quicksand and when governor romney worked with an 87% democrat house and assembly state senate he had to reach across the aisle with an extended hand, not a clenched fist. he actually walked the walk. when it comes down to trust and true change, to get oust out of this economic quicksand it will be president romney that will make it happen. jon: it is, marjorie, it is coming down to the economy don't you think? when people go into the voting booth they're going to say i think mitt romney can fix this economy or i trust president obama, i guess to do what
tough economic times was herbert hoover, and he practiced protectionism as well, which i'm sure we'll get to at some point. you know, last year up to this time, we've lost 700,000 jobs in america. the only bright spot is that over 300,000 jobs have been created by small businesses. senator obama's secret that you don't know is that his tax increases will increase taxes on 50 percent of small business revenue. small businesses across america will have to cut jobs and will have their taxes increase and won't be able to hire because of senator obama's tax policies. you know, he said some time ago, he said he would forgo his tax increases if the economy was bad. senator some news, obama, the news is bad. so let's not raise anybody's taxes, my friends, and make it be very clear to you i am not in favor of tax cuts for the wealthy. i am in favor of leaving the tax rates alone and reducing the tax burden on middle-income americans by doubling your tax exemption for every child from $3,500 to $7,000. to giving every american a $5,000 refundable tax credit and go out and get the health insu
herbert hoover has stayed, all part of a new limited series called travel like, and you can catch travel like a president tonight on the travel channel at 8:00 eastern. >> i've always wondered what that hotel suite looks like and now i guess we'll find out. >> how you roll like potus. >> it would be nice. >> not too slouchy. how about a check of the weather. >> first of all, for today, we've got a risk of some strong strong storms in the ohio river valley toward ohio. wed weather. western two-thirds of the country, windy, but sunshine throughout the plains. it's going to be hot throughout the southwest again tomorrow into texas. a little on the chilly side with snow in western montana. snow up and down the eastern sea board. that's what's going on around the country, here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning. as we look at storm team 4 radar, there are pockets of moderate to heavy rain advancing south to north across northern virginia into the western suburbs and maryland. the areas where it's raining hardest now. it's tapering off. passing lighter showers later
the 1920's. warren harding did pretty well there. herbert hoover won most of those states. eisenhower twice. in this case snon 1960 all of this you'll notice is before 1964. even when regan -- nixon in 1960. all of this, you'll notice is before 1964. even when regan won, he did best with the college students in the south. the people in the south who weren't even born when strom thurmond was running and who were, oh about three years old when barry goldwater was running. we won the south when the dixiecrats died out rcht they were liberal democrats. >> this question from don 92 twitter. you wrote about black people. how long did you live as a black foreign get the facts about your book. >> is it not -- it is not get black people, donna. is it donna? it's a book about white libandwrals how they lie to america about race relations, patronize blacks and really made any sort of -- even when advances are made, they're right back to demogoguing white people and patronizing black people. it's a book about white liberals and on that, i'm a specialist. >> ricardo is up next for ann coulter, fairfield
, herbert hoover, in 1980 president carter and 1992 george bush. gerald ford lost, but he was not elected. in many of those cases, there were third-party candidates on the ballots. many people looking at this race go back to 1980. another debate moment, the one and only debate took place one week before the election in 1980. let's see your assessment. >> in the past, the relationship between social security and medicare has been important. to provide a modicum for a senior citizens. gov. reagan began his campaign campaigning against medicare. now we have an opportunity to move toward national health insurance. with an emphasis on the prevention of disease. an emphasis on outpatient care. an emphasis on cost containment. an emphasis on catastrophic health insurance so that if a family is there and to be wiped out economically, insurance will help pay for it. dealers are the kinds of elements of the national health insurance. gov. reagan is typically against such a proposal. >> there you go again. when i opposed medicare, there was another piece of legislation. i happen to favor the other p
did it anyway. >> steve: herbert hoover is synonymous with the depression in the 30's and trounced by fdr? >> yeah, he stood foe chance, it was the biggest drubbing of the 20th century, i think he won two states and the depression did him in. but his failure to do anything in response to the depression really did him in as wellment. that along with carter with a the two biggest drubbings, in the 20th century. >> steve: it's interesting those who did lose had so much to do with the economy. and on this president's watch, with president barack obama, the economy is sputtering along. >> if the president is elected it would be a historical anomaly. with an economy this weak, that could be historical for that as well. >> steve: you not only look at history you look at what's going on real time right now. take off your historian hat for a moment and just take a look. what, what, he is et incumbent, but it looks like there's a pretty good possibility that this is going to come down, right down to the wire and he could lose? >> it absolutely will come down to the wire and if you want to co
. i remember when franklin del know roosevelt defeated herbert hoover. i lived in a desperately poor depression family, and i wasn't sure my kids and grandkids would have the same opportunity i had to work and achieve in this great country. so i ran for office so i could help to change this country so the opportunities i had would be there for them. it's in my great honor now for the last 20 years to serve the constituents of the sixth district. i hope that service has justified another two years. thank you. [applause] moderator: mr. mueller. mueller: all of my political positions are rooted in the very simple philosophy and that is something that we have all known since we were in kindergarten, s not okay to commit an act of aggression against another person. when you were a kid, some kid had all the baseball cards and all the toys. your friend timmy didn't have all that. was it okay for you to steal from billy to give to timmy? what if you got all your friends together and said, let's vote and if we come to a majority decision, we can go steal from billy to give to timmy. i still t
. herbert hoover started them roosevelt continued them. when hoover did them the public was furious. it was obvious insider dealer. a fun you story. hoover said it was the reconstruction finance corporation was the name of the body of the bureaucracy that was handing out the bailout. at one point the head of the rfc quit and went back to the bank in comij in about two months later said gave me a bailout, friends. my old pals. they did. it was an incredible act of crohn yifm. just like agi and cold man sacs the public was furious. roosevelt was fours are when he was running against hoover he did not in a great spirit of bipartisan or come in to a grand bargain or something like that. he did not say yeah we'll continue the policy hep he denounced it. it's one of the reason he won in 1932. he kept the bailout agency but he completely changed their mission. and as we know, they enacted the class stegall act. they broke up the bank. and did the security exchange commission and restructured the federal reserve. he took wall street on and took it apart and rebuild the economy from the gras
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